A self-styled psychic who claims he predicted the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic says he “felt a sense a gloom” when he heard the first news of the outbreak.
Londoner Nicolas Aujula says he first had visions of a viral pandemic in 2018.
He believes that the deadly coronavirus, which has claimed the lives of 35 Brits and nearly 170,000 people worldwide, could be the first stage of the end of the world.
Nicolas does say, though, that the end of the world will be a long, slow decline and is unlikely to come to a head in his lifetime.
“These visions came in late 2018. I remember being aware of a virus like outbreak that would affect the world,” he told the Daily Mirror.
“I was aware that it came from livestock animals and saw the words ‘influenza’ came to mind as clear as day at the time.
“These words have always stuck with me as it’s not a word in my usual everyday vocabulary.
“Months later in March I also again saw this unfold in a dream that left me feeling uneasy upon waking up.
“So when the coronavirus started affecting those in China in late 2019 that’s when it all came flooding back.”
“When you’re in the moment of getting these visions,: he explainedm, “it’s just a thought and image at the point in time that you glimpse for a moment, it leaves and then you continue with everyday life.
“It’s only when you’re seeing it all happen around you that you realise the impact and reality of how it is affecting people’s life.”
Nicolas says that as soon as he first heard the reports of an outbreak in Wuhan he remembered his vision, and knew the virus would spread around the world.
He says that he expects things to get a lot worse, and that government needs to do more to contain the outbreak: “The government needs to step up its action to stop the spread of the virus as it is the old and vulnerable who are most at risk.
“May ’til October can be real tipping point of climax so the worst is to come. Expect restrictions that affect our daily lives, businesses will suffer and the economy will stall. Also, he predicts, “the NHS will collapse.”
He says the health crisis will spark a political one: “What is going on could also bring loss of confidence and a change in UK government, we could see a leadership contest in Downing Street way before the next election.
“People will die from this but we could learn from this that it is important to work together with others and other countries rather than be separated.
“In my eyes there is no death … the soul lives on beyond the physical so it’s the fear of death that is really the root of the panic.”
Nicolas says that coronavirus will combine with other threats such as climate change to create a ‘perfect storm’ to wipe humanity out.
He said: “I’ve often has visions and dreams of the end of the world though I feel it’s a long long way probably not even in my lifetime.
“It’s like a slow deterioration on earth where life will becomes unbearable mainly due to the way we have exploited the land and abused nature that we have create a self-destructive minefield.”
Looking further ahead, he says: “Times will come when crops will fail that there [are] food shortages and starvation is common.
“Extreme weather will batter lives and homes, it will also mean the people will have to move to other parts of the world where it will be more bearable but not ideal.”
The mass movement of people driven by climate change will eventually see the end of countries as an idea, Nicolas believes: “There will be a migration of large groups of people that leads to civil unrest and wars over limited resources.
“The UK will drown eventually so people will move and face resistance, and countries as we know them today will collapse and we will see the rise of a single world order that will be in charge.”